Sep 28, 2020

2020 AIA Homes Tour - RidgeHouse

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We are excited to be a part of this year's AIA Austin Homes Tour. This year, due to current circumstances, the tour will be virtual, but we have been working with the great team at AIA Austin to make it a unique experience for national and international audiences. The tour will including videography, Matterport walk through, and an AIA Continuing Education Presentation by Robert  / Lucy talking about the residence. 

https://aiaaustinhomestour.com...

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https://www.aiaaustin.org/home...

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Sep 28, 2020

TB/DS _ 901E6_Woodworks Regional Excellence Award_ 2020

A little while back, 901E6 was awarded a regional excellence award by Woodworks / Wood Products Council. We are happy to be the first Office Building in Texas to use Mass Timber and happy to be included with other great projects. …

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A little while back, 901E6 was awarded a regional excellence award by Woodworks / Wood Products Council. We are happy to be the first Office Building in Texas to use Mass Timber and happy to be included with other great projects. 

https://www.woodworks.org/project/901-east-sixth

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Oct 24, 2019

Avenue C project wins Preservation Austin 2019 Merit Award for Infill and Addition

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"This innovative project in Hyde Park Local Historic District shows that historic preservation and density can go hand in hand with Beautiful results. With TBDS (Thoughtbarn/Delineate Studio) David rehabilitated three classic early 20th Century homes while adding compatible contemporary additions. Two houses now offer four modern rental units, and the third remains a single family home. Its thoughtful design maintains Hyde Park's existing density, and mix of unit types, all while preserving this historic streetscape." 

https://www.preservationaustin.org/programs/preservation-awards/2019-preservation-merit-award-recipients

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May 24, 2019

Ridgeview House was featured on Dwell

https://www.dwell.com/article/ridgeview-house-thoughtbarn-8ec10e0d

'The resulting home is topped with angular, asymmetrical roofs that contrast with the black, vertical siding of the exterior and the organic, green forms of the surrounding trees. The vertical pattern of the siding, in combination with its dark tone, allows the home to almost disappear into the background on overcast or shadowy days, creating an unexpected connection between indoors and out. '

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